Learn languages

your way

Do you want to learn a new language in a way that's adapted to you?
Do you want to finally feel like you can speak this language?
Here is our secret:
learn sentences, not words.

 Who are we?

  • We are an online language learning platform, built by multilingual language specialists who are passionate about learning and speaking languages
  • We want to help others learn how to speak and understand a language quickly, so with the help of best practices based on science, we've designed the best possible online language courses with a social element and the use of artificial intelligence
  • Our goal is to help you speak and understand a language right away within months! (as opposed to years)

 Who are our courses for?

  • You've been trying to learn a language for years, but you can't seem to be able to speak or understand it
  • You want to learn a language, but need flexibility and static courses hours don't work for you
  • During course hours, you learn fine, but when it comes to doing homework at home, you struggle to find the motivation to do it alone
  • You've tried different ways of learning a language, but the method never seems adapted to you
  • You want to learn how to communicate in a language quickly, instead of memorizing 100 different words, which you'll never use in everyday life

2,000 

students

15 
languages

4.5 
days/week average learning time

What does the course look like?

  • The course is 90 days (approx. 3 months)
  • You don't only learn individual words, instead you discover new words and structures through sentences.
  • You are not left alone. You can ask questions and get quick support from our teachers
  • You listen to audio recordings only from native speakers
  • You will work independently at a pace that suits you, and our Globott app will plan the revisions and learning for you
  • You will work together with other students on assignments and earn points to redeem various rewards
  • By studying regularly, you can support a charity.
  • We guarantee success. Get your money refunded, if the course doesn’t meet your expectations

Our method

  1. 1
    The method was created by a Polish polyglot Konrad JvD who appeared in the Polish edition of “The Brain”, where he was tested on his knowledge of 14 languages
  2. 2
    He noticed that there is not one right way to learn a language, so he developed a method adapted to four main language learning styles
  3. 3
    One of the biggest benefits of the Elemelingua method is that you learn wherever you want, whenever you want, using to your advantage recent discoveries on how the brain learns best.
  4. 4
    The Elemelingua method is built on five main pillars which you can read about here.

Konrad JvD in "The Brain" TV show. Photo: M. Zawada; Polsat

What is your learning style?

Research by many scientists confirms that each of us learns according to our preferred style. There are 4 main styles in learning foreign languages that correspond to the four elements
Do you learn like fire, water, earth or air? What does this mean? How should you study? Click below and take the test to find out what style you are.

WATER
Do you feel well learning in a group, but take time to start speaking?

FIRE
Do you love speaking, but hate learning grammar rules?

EARTH
Do you have a large vocabulary, but feel lost if you don’t understand a word?

AIR
Do you like writing things down, but feel stressed when speaking?

Student feedback

Tom 🇸🇪

I liked the learning pace and not wasting time on the irrelevant nuances of grammar.

Magda 🇮🇹

I'm starting to feel freer and more comfortable building my own sentences in Italian.

Celina 🇧🇷

I liked the fact that, whether I wanted it or not, I had to study practically every day.

Chris 🇪🇸

I was diagnosed with an "addiction" to everyday contact with this language.

Blog

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Andrzej Gawroński – A Great Polish Polyglot
How to learn languages ​​from TV series and movies

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